She primarily earns money through her engagements as an actress.
Ferguson came to prominence as upper-class girl Anna Gripenhielm in the Swedish soap opera Nya tider (1999–2000).
She went on to later play Chrissy Eriksson in the Swedish-American soap Ocean Ave.
She has also appeared in the horror film Drowning Ghost (2004) and the 2013 film VI alongside Gustaf Skarsgård.
In 2015, Ferguson played Ilsa Faust, the female lead in the fifth Mission: Impossible film, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, for which she received critical acclaim.
Tom Cruise handpicked Ferguson to star opposite him in the film after watching her in The White Queen.
In 2017, Ferguson played the female lead in Daniel Espinosa's sci-fi horror Life.
In 2019, Ferguson had several major film roles, including co-starring in Doctor Sleep, the adaptation of Stephen King's novel of the same name.
She played Lady Jessica in Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Dune, released in 2021.
Her social media accounts have about 0.5 million followers, so she helps many brands by promoting their products and services.
Rebecca Ferguson's net worth is currently estimated at $6.3 million.
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Children: Rebecca Ferguson has a son named Isac Hallberg.
Parents: Rebecca Ferguson’s mother is Rosemary Ferguson.
Siblings: Rebecca Ferguson has a sister named Cecilia Himmelstrand Sundstrom.
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[on what inspired her to become an actress] I wasn't brought up in the acting world - my father is a lawyer. But as a teenager, I had the opportunity to audition for this television series: a daytime soap opera. And I got the lead part. I had just finished ninth grade in school, so I skipped what we called gymnasium and started working instead. And realized that this is a life I can see myself living.
[on Doctor Sleep (2019)] I was never a geek of The Shining (1980). I found The Shining to be a wonderful film and Kubrick is an incredible filmmaker, but I was never a fan of scary films so I was never thrown into this world. I was always a fan of Stephen King books and I think, for me, when I was informed that they were making this into a film, that was my interest - that I was going to be able to portray a character that he has written. That, in combination with one Skype call with Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy who are still really good friends - they are such geeks! - and that combination.....I mean, that was set.
"I need to have an interesting arc to my character if it's going to be interesting for me to play her. I need those dynamic shifts because just like in real life, we're never just one person. It would be so boring playing someone who doesn't have the capacity to change."